On today’s programme we recap the Association of Principals and Vice-Principals awards ceremony to honour high achievers from this year’s Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate and Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination exams
On today’s programme representatives from the National Environment and Planning Agency (NEPA) pay visit to Calabar Primary and Junior High School to outline the benefits of keeping the environment clean, and other things, to grade six students.
On today’s programme one of Jamaica’s outstanding charitable organizations, Hands Across Jamaica for Righteousness, steps forward to provide students from several inner-city communities with financial assistance so they can attend school.
Today we’re at Tarrant Primary in Kingston, which recorded a 20 percent jump in mastery for literacy based on the results of this year’s Grade Four Literacy Test. We hear how they accomplished this feat.
When it was announced earlier this year that the Ministry of Education would be merging the Trench Town and Charlie Smith high schools, it was a tough pill to swallow for many. How are things progressing now?
On today’s programme, we visit the rural community of Broadleaf in Manchester, where several hard working students from the Broadleaf Primary School recently received book vouchers to help manage their back to school expenses.